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Sorry all

Very sorry about not posting questions yesterday. I have the crud again and I'm still trying to process the fact that Paul Lalone is gone. Mark took part of yesterday off work and we went to visit Carol. She's doing well. I just still can't believe there is a Paul-shaped hole in our world.

Woza, Captain.


1. How was your weekend?

2. What was your favorite of those lame Superbowl commercials?

3. What is your favorite childrens book, or which one do you remember most fondly from when you were a kid?

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justmerocky
Feb. 7th, 2006 08:45 pm (UTC)
I knew something was missing yesterday from my friends list!

1. I was sick all weekend so...bleh.

2. Didn't watch the Superbowl.

3. The Pokey Little Puppy. When I got a bit older all the Judy Blume books!
sionainn
Feb. 7th, 2006 08:55 pm (UTC)
I thought about visiting Carol but I'll wait until later when the initial visitations slow down.

I'm still in shock also. I think about all the times he has hugged me and said with this NE accent, "Oooh SiMOOOOONE!" and I get teary.

Or his Chewbacca gurgle-yawn. I will miss that.

And then I think of the first line to "Another Drinking Song"...


We'll drink to the Captain....


Okay, I gotta stop now cause the screen is starting to blur again.
crypticsoul30
Feb. 7th, 2006 09:12 pm (UTC)
The Fabio one. That one was great. The Fed-X was good but I didn't like the poor caveman getting smashed. Poor guy.
But again that Fabio one was great!
Which one do you like?
ghost_light
Feb. 9th, 2006 07:59 am (UTC)
eh, I like the streaking sheep and the magic fridge ones okay. None of them were as great as the Bud commercial with the dalmatians a few years ago. The only one that made everyone in the room laugh was the one with the cell phone security system.
st_inebrius
Feb. 7th, 2006 09:27 pm (UTC)
1. Not long enough.

2. They were all ultra-lame. I kinda liked the magic refrigerator, though. And the guys who climbed their rooves to drink beer.

3. My favorites as a kid that I still love today are "Barbapapa's Ark", Shel Silverstein's "The Giving Tree", "Where The Wild Things Are", "Charlie & the Chocolate Factory" and the Curious George books. I also used to love "The Mouse And The Motorcycle", "Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing", the Encyclopedia Brown books and anything by Richard Scarrey, though I grew out of all of those rather quickly.
issokimi
Feb. 7th, 2006 11:34 pm (UTC)
1. Weekend was great! We got some good relaxing and gaming time in. Not to mention lots of hockey watchin' too =) Did you have a good weekend?

2. I'm kinda tryin' to forget the commercials this year...

3. Back in elementary school this woman would come in every week from the time I was in kindergarten all the way through 5th grade and she would read us stories from Norse mythology. She was a fantastic reader and how she would present the stories!! So I would have to say any of the Norse stories are my favorite =) I don't remember the name of the book. What would be your favorite?
ghost_light
Feb. 9th, 2006 07:57 am (UTC)
1. not so hot, but I'm getting by.

3. With the misty eyes of nostalgia, I adore The Velveteen Rabbit.
malinaldarose
Feb. 8th, 2006 01:29 am (UTC)
1. Okay.
2. I'm told that the new MacGyver Mastercard commercial was a Super Bowl commercial, but since I watched it online and avoided the Stupid Bowl as my Auntie put it, I'm not positive about that. Still, if so, then it's my favorite.
3. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, when I was very young. The Dark is Rising from when I was older.
faerieariel
Feb. 8th, 2006 03:49 am (UTC)
1. Great, but not quite as productive as I would have liked.
2. The BK ad where the women flop themselves into a giant burger and Brooke Burke is lowered on top. It was just so ridiculous.
3. the Little Bear books
melissakmock
Feb. 8th, 2006 05:56 pm (UTC)
I am sorry about the loss of your friend.

1. It was OK spent part of Sunday in the ER, Trevor dropped a knife on his foot and had to get 7 stiches.

2. I did not watch the Superbowl, not interested in sports unless it's ice skating, and then only if I have nothing better to do.

3. Where The Wild Things Are......The night Max made mischief of one kind and another, he mother called him Wild Thing, Max said I'll eat you up... so he was sent to bed with out eating anything. I have a Max of my own, well his name is Maxwell, but he likes to find his name in the book when we read it.
ghost_light
Feb. 9th, 2006 07:57 am (UTC)
Oh No! Is he doing okay?
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